A bacteriophage, commonly shortened to phage, is any one of a number of viruses that infect bacteria. This category is for sites dealing with the genetics of bacteriophages.
Families or groups include Corticoviridae, Cystoviridae, Inoviridae, Leviviridae, Leviviridae, Lipothrixviridae, Microviridae, Myoviridae, Plasmaviridae, Podoviridae, Siphoviridae, Sulpholobus shibatae virus, and Tectiviridae.

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Category: Phage Genomes
EcoliWiki provides a resource on phage genomes.
Lysogeny
Some notes on lysogeny and specialized transduction.
Phages and the Evolution of Bacterial Pathogens: from Genomic Rearrangements to Lysogenic Conversion
Research paper by Harald Brüssow, Carlos Canchaya and Wolf-Dietrich Hardt presenting the available genomics and biological data on prophages from bacterial pathogens, in an evolutionary framework.
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